It certainly was interesting to me. I had never heard of that case before, so thank you so much for the mention. The possible similarities to Kyron's case in both motive and execution of the crime are numerous. Something outstanding to me is the medical examiner in Scotty's case stating it would have taken only 5 to 10 minutes for Scotty to die. Scotty was 10-years-old and appears in pictures to have been a bit more robust than Kyron. Kyron was 7-years-of-age, not quite 4-feet tall and weighed only 50-pounds. He was a sweet, obedient child. From all accounts, TMHV began to exit the school immediately after the 8:45 am bell rang. Google Maps tells us it is (approximately) a 5-mile, 8-minute drive from the school to the 1st Fred Myer store where law enforcement has TMHV on video. Law enforcement won't confirm a time for us, but TMHV has told us she has a receipt showing her check-out time was 9:12 am. The 5-minute to 10-minute time required to do a terrible, unretractable deed is there. Barely, maybe, but it's there. The friend? If she was in the parking lot area of the school that morning between 8:15 am and 8:45 am--playing tic tac toe with vehicles--could the reason have been to save a few moments of time? Her vehicle was apparently seen parked in the small employee parking area at the farm where she was employed to plant flowers by 9:00 am. Google Maps shows that it is (approximately) a 4-mile, 8-minute drive from the school to the farm. Her vehicle purportedly stayed parked in the same spot until her quitting time; however, it is strongly suggested--but unconfirmed--that she left her place of employment later in the morning and reappeared around 1:00 pm. Her known cell phone was reported to have been inexplicably left inside her vehicle all day--and she is/was the type to carry her cell phone on her person at all times.